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The Carice Singers

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About The Carice Singers

Vocal ensemble
London
Public liability insurance of £5 million
Named after Elgar's daughter, we aim to bring fresh and imaginative interpretations to all types of choral music.

The Carice Singers are an ensemble comprised of some of the UK’s finest young professional singers, noted for their “freshness of tone” and “careful musicality” (Gramophone). Named after the daughter of Sir Edward Elgar, the choir brings an imaginative and informed approach to choral music of the Romantic period and beyond, frequently drawing upon the latest academic research to produce original and insightful programmes. Founded in 2011 with an inaugural recital of Elgar’s choral works in the Cotswolds, the choir maintains a tradition of performing in rural areas, and balances this with appearances at more well-trodden venues. The Carice Singers’ current project is a mini-series of CD recordings for Naxos featuring choral music by lesser-known British composers, including Peter Warlock, EJ Moeran and Arnold Bax.

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